The Raspberry Pi Foundation has taken the wraps off its latest product...
The new 4GB Raspberry Pi 4 is cheaper, faster, cooler and integrated into a compact keyboard.
You can buy either just the computer, or as a kit which adds everything you need to get started for just $30 more.
If you have you own mouse and cables, then buying the $70 Raspberry Pi 400 on its own makes a lot of sense, but otherwise you’d be better off shelling out $100 for the full kit which includes:
- A Raspberry Pi 400 computer
- The official USB mouse
- The official USB-C power supply
- An SD card with Raspberry Pi OS pre-installed
- A micro HDMI to HDMI cable
- The official Raspberry Pi Beginner’s Guide
UK, US, and French Raspberry Pi 400 kits and computers are available to buy right now. Italian, German, and Spanish units are expected to be available from next week, with other markets, including India, Australia, and New Zealand, seeing stock by the end of the year.